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Effects of preventive maintenance on pavement serviceability

Kenneth C. Hahn

Effects of preventive maintenance on pavement serviceability

by Kenneth C. Hahn

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Published in Albany, N.Y. : Engineering Research and Development Bureau, New York State Dept. of Transportation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- Maintenance and repair.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKenneth C. Hahn, J.G. Fred Hiss, Jr.
    SeriesResearch report -- 154, Research report (New York (State). Engineering Research and Development Bureau) -- 154.
    ContributionsHiss, J. G. Fred., New York (State). Engineering Research and Development Bureau, United States. Federal Highway Administration, United States. Federal Highway Administration. Offices of Research, Development, and Technology
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 56 p.
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22265768M

    80% of the passengers in the EU. However, due to the economic crisis, the maintenance expenditure of the European countries had suffered, according to the OECD, a reduction of over 30% between and Nowadays, many national highway agencies recognize the importance of an adequate preventive maintenance during the road pavement life-cycle. Pavement Evaluation -- One paper focuses on a method to estimate pavement serviceability under different pavement roughness and vehicle conditions. The other paper discusses state-of-the-art pavement structure evaluation methods used in Africa. Effect of Traffic Load on Pavement Serviceability. Pavement Preventive Maintenance.

    and pavement repair needs assessment to reflect changing traffic and weather conditions in the long-term. The data for the study was supplied by the Indiana Department of Transportation. Key Words Pavement maintenance, preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, maintenance strategies, rehabilitation, marginal effects. The maintenance and repair of pavement consists of three (3) types of maintenance. These are: (1) routine, (2) reactive, and (3) proactive or preventive. Routine maintenance is the day-to-day pavement maintenance activities that are scheduled or whose timing is within the control of maintenance .

    Preventive Maintenance and Pavement Preservation A preventive maintenance program is a systematic approach to using a series of preventive maintenance treatments over time. One treatment will improve the quality of the pavement surface and extend the pavement life, but the true benefits of pavement maintenance are realized when there is a. Airport Pavement Maintenance Requirement. A parallel assurance to Grant Assura Operation and Maintenance, is the airport sponsor’s federal obligation to maintain a pavement preventive maintenance program under Grant Assura Pavement Preventive Maintenance. This assurance requires sponsors with federally funded pavement.


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Effects of preventive maintenance on pavement serviceability by Kenneth C. Hahn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Effects of preventive maintenance on pavement serviceability. [Kenneth C Hahn; J G Fred Hiss; New York (State). Engineering Research and Development Bureau.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.

Offices of Research, Development, and Technology.] -- This study was initiated to determine relative cost. A third approach addresses the effect of routine maintenance on the present serviceability index (PSI) (3). The effect of routine maintenance on pavement performance is visualized as a shift in the PSI-ESAL loss curve.

Not only do the main­ tenance policy and its effect on pavement performance File Size: 4MB. Effects of preventive maintenance on pavement serviceability. Final report. By Kenneth C. Hahn and J. Fred. Hiss. Abstract. Federal Highway Administration, Offices of Research, Development and Technology, Washington, of access: corporate affiliation: New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, Engineering Research Author: Kenneth C.

Hahn and J. Fred. Hiss. Typically, preventive pavement maintenance treatments are applied while the pavement is in a relatively good condition. Usually, on the scale of 0 towhere represents a new pavement, the first preventive maintenance treatment is applied before the pavement condition drops below Figure 1 also shows the effect of a preventive maintenanceCited by: 7.

pavement maintenance effectiveness Maintenance and rehabilitation (M&R) activities upgrade pavement condition and foster a new life cycle. Precise prediction of the effectiveness of these activities and how they retard the progression of distresses are key issues in setting priorities in a pavement management by: Two major elements contribute to pavement deterioration; the effects of weathering and the action of aircraft traffic.

Early detection and repair of pavement defects is the most important preventive maintenance procedure. Failure to perform routine maintenance during the early stages of deterioration may eventually result in.

Preventative Maintenance Preventive Maintenance Type of Repair Cost per Unit Area Added Service Life When used RSL Sand Seal $ 2 Scrub Seal $ 5 Single Chip Seal $ 5 Double Chip Seal $ 7 Slurry Seal $ 5 Microsurfacing $ 7.

The effects of maintenance may include two parts in general, which are: (1) Immediate improvement of pavement performance level after the treatment; and (2) Reduction in the future deterioration rates. Many studies concern the former, including the maintenance effects models used in HDM-4 (ISOHDM, ).

However, there is little quantitative study on the latter part, in terms of modeling methods. recommended that ODOT develops a policy to allow crack sealing as a strategy for pavement preventive maintenance for all pavements in the prior PCR range of 66 to Key Words Crack Sealing, Pavement Performance, Pavement Serviceability, Life, Cost-effectiveness, Performance-effectiveness Distribution Statement No restrictions.

Pavement Preventive Maintenance Guidelines Page 4 Program Development The intent of the pavement PM program is to select, design, and construct PM treatments in an expedited fashion to extend pavement life and maintain the pavement surface at the highest possible level of serviceability.

The Pavement Management System (PMS) can be accessed by General. Preventive maintenance treatments di!er widely in their ability to improve serviceability. (Very Good) (Very Poor) Lowest acceptable level of serviceability (Terminal Serviceability) Treatments that primarily repair pavement distresses without improvement to pavement profile have minimal effect on serviceability.

Friday, Janu Preventive maintenance treatments differ widely in their ability to improve serviceability. (Very Good) (Very Poor) Lowest acceptable level of serviceability (Terminal Serviceability) Treatments that both repair pavement distresses and improve pavement profile can restore serviceability to new pavement levels.

Over time, the combined effects of traffic loads and environmental factors accelerate the pavement deterioration and reduce its level of serviceability. Maintenance, preservation, and rehabilitation treatments are designed and applied to pavement sections to slow their rates of deterioration and to extend their service lives.

service activities.” Pavement maintenance includes both corrective and preventive maintenance. Corrective maintenance is performed after some deficiency, such as loss of friction resistance or plastic deformation has occurred; preventive maintenance is an activity that takes place early in the life of a pavement while it is still serviceable.

reduction in the need for pavement routine maintenance (1). However, past research has not revealed how long resurfacing can be postponed if appropriate levels of pavement surface maintenance are undertaken. This research effort studied the effects of routine maintenance expenditure level on pavement surface condition and resurfacing need.

Maintenance plays an essential and integral part in the life of a pavement. The pavement maintenance management system (PMMS) is a systematic method for inspection and rating the pavement.

pavement maintenance treatment process. The the cost effectiveness of employing preventive maintenance to protect the infrastructure. Figure 2 effect on the level of serviceability. Another. Consideration of Pavement Preservation in Mechanistic-Empirical Design and Analysis of Pavement Structures ii LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1.

Typical pavement performance over time, including the expected initial effect of preventive maintenance Figure 2. Pavement that is appropriate for preventive maintenance applications includes systems that are relatively new, when preservation of the pavement system remains cost effective.

These pavement systems will generally be 3 to 7 years old, and may be experiencing the early stages of deficiencies, such as surface raveling and pavement cracking. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TREATMENTS FOR BITUMINOUS- AND CONCRETE-SURFACED PAVEMENTS Different approaches are used to identify which pavement treatments are considered â preventive.â For example, the Michigan DOT (MDOT) preventive maintenance program lists the 20 treatments shown in Table 1 (11).

Effect of different maintenance strategies Most Pavement Designs involve two or more performance periods. A pavement is constructed at an initial serviceability level and is rehabilitated to an acceptable level at some time during its design life.Effect of roughness on repair and maintenance costs.

pavement conditions on repair and maintenance costs only involves passenger cars and articulated trucks. Then, it uses the results from the TRDF study by Zaniewski et al.

to estimate the costs for the other vehicle classes.pavement deterioration and increases the need for more maintenance than in the past. If proper maintenance is not employed at low levels of deterioration, in a timely manner, acute degradation of pavement serviceability will occur and major repair costs may be needed.

Figure 1 shows the concept of pavement condition degradation with pavement age.